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Java Java Basics Perfecting the Prototype Parsing Integers

What happens if we didn't parsed the int? or to be specific what is the use of console.parseint. Well I got it wrong.

What happens if we didn't parsed the int? or to be specific what is the use of console.parseint. Well I got it wrong.

1 Answer

if you didn't parse the string to an int then it will be treated as a string not as a number and you can't store it in an int variable

Thank you very much, Mohammed.

ur welcome